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government. obama is trying to cut medicare. there's some who think if obama loses, we win. >> sean: joining me reaction to all this karl rove the architect. i guess talking in the third person -- did you notice how angry he was today? >> yeah, absolutely. he did try and cut medicare. there was a reason people were saying that he laid out a plan to cut medicare by 456 billion dollars. of course people were saying obama is trying to cut medicare. i was amazed about that speech, he went on to say, look i've been trarpbs transparent in washington that's why people -- why people are up sent. didn't we see him conduct negotiations on the health care bill behind closed doors not on c-span as he promised? he said i'm the guy cutting waste and fraud out of the government. please, tell us where mr. president? last year he said i'm going to cut 100 million dollars in savings out of the budget that was 0.0003/100 of 1% of the budget. 3 vannatter 1,000% of the budget. it took weeks. finally he said i've been confronted on health care by the special interests. were you the guy who started off by putting
to the mayo clinic in arizona? i knew you didn't know. they said, we're not taking any medicare patients anymore because the government's payments are too low. now, other mayo clinic may follow, may not. but seniors, rightfully so, are very nervous about obama care cutting back on their medicare payments. so they're going to lash out at anybody supporting obama care. i'll give you the last word. go. >> they want medicare advantage, most seniors. aarp said medigap. the premium does the same thing, fills in the blank that medicare leaves. but it's more expensive in terms of the premium. so those people who are opposed to obama care are suggesting that what aarp did was a play to enrich their coffers from their insurance industry. but i think that more importantly, this is the biggest political phenomenon -- >> 15 seconds. >> the populous rage that has now caused dorgan in north dakota and dodd in connecticut to say they're retiring, i think that is the biggest political story right now, the first quarter of 2010. after that i think how that plays out will be how the futures of the parties
the uninsured strengthen medicare for seniors and stop insurance company abuses, let me know. >> bill: okay, i'm up to the challenge. rather than spending still more government money creating an enormous bureaucracy, why don't we let them compete in all 50 states and allow judges to punish people that sue people for stupid reasons. that what they do in great britain. a judge can order you to pay for all costs that is known as tort reform. i agree he should regulate insurance companies. they can't be fighting legitimate reimbursement. they try to wear you down when you file a claim. i'm with the president on that. but we don't need trillions of federal dollars to solve the health care problem. we already have medicaid. so increased insurance competition, stopping crazy lawsuits and mandating strict rules for them to follow may be a partial solution. it's not going to solve everything but it's more efficient than what mr. obama wants which is a fiscal nightmare. finally he did not speak the war on terror but he must stop the nonsense about giving khalid shaikh mohammed civilian trials. just yest
a liar. check five. a look into the future. the mayo clinic says it will stop accepting medicare patients because the government reimburse smt too low. cuts are a hall mark of the new health care legislation this, is just the beginning if you care. 3,000 arizonains do care. they'll not be treated any longer at the clinic if they file under medicare. check six. good news from iraq. no american troops killed there in december. in combat. three died from noncombat causes. so far, 44 mun -- 4400 americans military members died in iraq. 32,000 americans have been wounded. 110,000 american troops remain in iraq. check seven, university of florida defeated north carolina state in basketball sunday. sheer how it went down. down. >> he's going to come from probably half court. missed the 3 three. now the three. he >> did it, florida gators won the game! >> i can do that. and finally check eight. 29-year-old nicholas nunley tried to steal a coca-cola machine. police polled him and photographed him with a dash cam. chasing the guy five miles and pulled him over and tasered him. charge of theft and v
obama a liar. check 5, a look into the future. the mayo clinic in arizona will stop accepting medicare clinics because the government reimbursement is too low. they're ha hallmark of the new health care legislation. so this is just the beginning if you care. 3,000 arizonans do care because they will not be treated any longer at the clinic if they file under medicare. check 6, good news from iraq. no american troops killed there in december. in combat. three died from noncombat causes. so far about 4400 americans, military members, have died in iraq. about 3500 in combat. 32,000 americans have been wounded. currently 110,000 american troops do remain in iraq. check 7, the university of florida defeated north carolina state in basketball on sunday and here is how it went down. >> he's going to come from probably half court. missed the 3 three. now the three. he got it! the gators won the game! what a job! >> i could do that. finally, check 8, 29-year-old nicholas nunly tried to steal a coca-cola machine in tennessee recently. it did not work well. police followed him and photographed him
him to pass the overhaul on healthcare. >> when you have that no medicare for nebraska and seiu doesn't have to pay the cadillac tax. when you have those three things, even people in massachusetts and cambridge with their little lattes, that is not change we can believe in. >> with the volunteers row vol. >> bill: even the pinheads at the school. >> be for real. you have been inside the sausage factory and you know how legislation gets made. >> bill: change you can believe in is change you can believe it. don't give me sausage factory. >> mary katharine is right on the -- medicare prescription drug coverage, he didn't even provide for the added cost to the government. >> bill: all anybody remembers is the guy was running around for a year, barack obama, going say, i'm not like the others, i'm a good guy and i will bring in hope that you can believe and cake. >> he also said he would bring in bipart stanship. >> bill: i don't care about that because you can't biv in a bipartisanship. >> i think it would have helped him on healthcare if he had some republicans. by letting pelosi and rei
down the deficit, cover the uninsured uninsured, strengthen medicare for seniors, and stop insurance company abuses, let me know. >> bill: okay. i'm up for the challenge. rather than spending still more government money creating an enormous bureaucracy, why don't we allow all health insurance companies to compete in all 50 states and then allow judges to punish people who sue doctors and other medical personnel for stupid reasons. that's what they do in great britain. if you file a nuisance lawsuit, a judge can order you to pay all the costs, that is known as tort reform. now, i agree with president obama the government should regulate health insurance companies. they can't be throwing people off the roles when they get sick and can't be fighting legit legitimate reimbursement. some insurance companies try to wear you down. that's unfair. i agree with the president on that. we don't need trillions of federal dollars to solve the health care problem. we have medicaid that gives poor people money to pay medical bills. increase insurance competition, stopping crazy lawsuits and man dati
't raise taxes. i wouldn't cut medicare half a trillion dollars. and i wouldn't continually raise fees and do these backroom deals because it is not what the people want. they've spoken loud and clear they want transparency. they want to know what is in the bills. hopefully they will get it. >> reporter: interesting point. senator nelson of nebraska, we've all her about the -- heard about the cornhusker kickback are you prepared to tell senator nelson we to knock that off? >> i think he already knows. he's gotten that from his own delegation, the caucus they were outraged at that backroom deal. going in on one issue then came out with a deal that every state in the country was going to be subsidizing medicaid forever. it is not how people want to do business. they want a fair and free debate and know they are getting their money's worth by sending people down there who are going to represent their interests in a fair and open way >> reporter: what is your first priority when you hit washington you are going to hit the ground running? what the first priorities? >> i'm hopeful people giv
stand on health care? >> we have 98% of the people ensured we are going to cut medicare and cut for military people and have a trillion plus to pay for it and we are going to subsidize where other -- what other states have failed. i would stop it and i would ask for them to go back to the drawing board. everyone is entitled to some form of insurance. why do we need a one size fits all? >> sean: what is the latest? everything i'm reading about your race. you have challenged your 0 -- opponent martha cokely to a one-on-one debate. is she willing to debate you? >> i did a small debate today we have one monday she will meet with president ahmadinejad one-on-one but won't meet with me one-on-one. the people are fed up with the way things are going they can go to brown for the senate.com and stop the business as usual not only in massachusetts but more importantly nationally and give me a chance to bring common sense back to washington solve problems be an independent voice and vote for the things not only affecting our state but the country. >> sean: there's a huge controversy surrou
're concerned they are going to pay higher taxes. the old people are concerned about the medicare cuts. the people with the good healthcare policies which is most of the state they don't want to pay the so-called cadillac tax. the young people don't want to pay a fine for not buying any health insurance. that adds up to 80% of the people i would say are very unhappy with the changes. >> bill: healthcare sunk coakley if, indeed, she losses. >> bill: i think so. >> and if she loses i will have camera crews out there jumping into the river tomorrow. mary ann, w i'm concerned about you. are you okay? we will get yew therapist if you need it. >> i'm fine. >> i'm i kay, too, what about me. >> bill: nobody cares about you, howie. everybody wants to see you jump in the charles river tomorrow and freeze your butt off. that is what we want to see. >> thank you. pinheads & patriots up next starring the liberal media and jennifer lopez. wait until you hear what jennifer is doing, whoa. right back with it. ( inspiring music playing ) someday, the driver will get to choos how efficient or powerful t
's the clinic in glendale, arizona that will no longer accept medicare patients. the other clinics will continue to do so. we're happy to get that message out. i don't know if monica crowley's ashearings of popo -- i was dis >>> in virginia, your talking points are right on. we are reacting to terror rather than being on the offensive. from wisconsin, i know these judges who are lenient with child sexual predators are driving you crazy. maybe they sympathize with them. their actions speak louder than any words. it doesn't matter why judge brown in massachusetts gave an accused child rapist $10,000 bail. that doesn't matter. the judge did it and now the man is charged with raping a three-year-old girl. he should be impeached immediately. that's all that matters. actions. dave miller, benefitwood, california, the judge is disgusting. valerie, caramel, indiana, i admire how "the factor" team is confronting these judges. keep up the good work. jim, in ohio, i'm just 16, but could beat martha macallum in the news quiz. she won't like that. mark, pennsylvania. please hire the mexican weather lady to f
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